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Hi there ho there everybody! I am now a Big Sister Fearless Leader of a group of PASS Summit first timers! This is the page wherein I record all of my sage advice and such for them, and for any other first timer who wishes to come around. I will ...
In 2008 the PASS Summit returned to Seattle. A handful of the folks in my social circle decided to spend Monday morning and afternoon by doing a photowalk. It was one of the standard Fall days in Seattle, you know the type: beautiful clear sky, bright and warm sunshine on ...
There’s an interesting new DMV available for PowerPivot or the Tabular model in Denali called DISCOVER_CALC_DEPENDENCY that allows you to list all the dependencies between objects in your model. The full documentation is here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg471590(v=sql.110).aspx …but I thought it ...
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